Cruise Ship Quarantined Off Coast Of Japan After Ten passengers Test Positive For Coronavirus
Chinese authorities say 490 people have now died from the virus - while almost 25,000 cases have been reported there.
Those on the Diamond Princess, which has about 3,700 passengers on-board, have been told they won't be allowed to leave their cabins for two weeks.
David Abel is on board with his wife:
Professor Robin Shattock, from Imperial College London, is part of a global effort to develop a vaccine:
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